|Tender Bar, The|
|by J.r. Moehringer|
"Long before it legally served me, the bar saved me," asserts J.R. Moehringer, and his compelling memoir The Tender Bar is the story of how and why.
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Preheat oven at ... pepper, meat tenderizer, garlic salt and Worcestershire sauce. Place steaks on foil lined cookie sheet. Bake 20-30 minutes, turning once.
Separate pork chops on counter, ... sauce and (or) steak sauce, brown both ... Feeds 10 to 14. NOTE: To feed less people use less meat and 1 can less soup.
Combine egg and ... dry seasonings. Roll steak in flour; dip ... gravy. Gravy: Brown pork sausage; drain. Save ... crumbled sausage and serve with steak.
Brown meat in oil in wok. Add all ingredients, except cabbage. Stir together; cook until tender. Add cabbage, cook until tender. Serve over rice.
Brown pork in oil with ... chilies, carrots, and potatoes. Cover with water and cook until carrots are soft. At the last, add can of tomatoes. Cook until warm
Ingredients: Make a ... and a little pork, more onion, ... originated in Cornwall, England when the miners' wives brought a hot meal to their husbands at work.
Season with above spices. Let boil for 35-40 minutes and then add rice. Gradually add the following: 1-2 green peppers, diced 3 pkg. sliced smoked ...
Trim excess fat ... stir fry until tender, about 3 ... thickens. Return meat and drippings to skillet; add tomatoes. Heat through. Serve over hot cooked rice.
Cut 3 or 4 pork steaks into bite size ... simmer 45 minutes. Add chopped green pepper and pineapple preserves. Simmer 15 minutes more. Serve over cooked rice.
Brown the meat; ... and simmer until tender. Spread meat ... sauce and top the dish with crushed potato chips. Bake in 350 degree oven for about 1 hour.
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